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post #1 of 3 Old 12-01-2013, 12:56 AM Thread Starter
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Oil Leak!

Hey guys found an oil leak that just happened yesterday. Here is a picture of where it is. Does anyone know what this could be? Thanks!

The top of the photo is towards the front of the truck and bottom of the photo is more towards the back of the truck. This was taken underneath. 2002 7.3L

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oil pan gasket?

2002 7.3 SuCSB 4x4
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I acquired it too when the cold hit. It leaks now when cold and once the engine warms up it's ok. I was under the impression it could be fixed with a LPOP (low pressure oil pump) change. If not, could someone post so because it'll save me another $100 trying it out. From what I read, the oil pan is pretty much glued in so doesn't get many leaks. My seals on the oil cooler have small drops on them too now. :-( Not sure where you are, but we're not that used to single digits down here in middle Georgia.
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